Step 1. Welcome to Alien Flight Student Program!
You are beginning the process of creating a
Candidate account on the Alien Flight Student Program
(AFSP) web site. Please make sure you have the following information
ready to make creating your account as easy as possible:
- A current, valid, Government-issued ID (typically a passport).
- A valid e-mail address we can use to send you your ID and password.
If you have previously created an account, but have forgotten your password,
please click here
to have your login information e-mailed to you. Do NOT attempt to create a new
account. If you have questions or concerns, please contact
us at AFSP.Help@dhs.gov or
Step 2. Personal Information
Please enter the following information EXACTLY as it appears on your current, valid identification:
Passport / Identification
To verify your identity, we require a Passport number to proceed.
Please fill out this form to the best of your ability.
Step 4. User ID and E-mail
Please choose a User ID and enter a valid e-mail address. This
e-mail address will be used to send you your login information, so make
sure it is valid and you have access to it.
This User ID will be locked to your account, and will be used for
other agencies, such as fingerprinting, and CANNOT be changed.
User ID must be between 8 and 16 characters, and be in alpha-numeric
format (a-z, 0-9, no spaces or special characters).
Step 5. Website Security Questions
Attention: You must now provide your own personalized answers
to the security questions below.
Instructions: Please answer the 3 security questions below and
type your responses in the boxes provided.
Tip: Choose answers that you can easily remember. AFSP will
not be able to supply these answers if you forget them. If you forget
your login information and no longer have access to the e-mail address
on file, you can now change your e-mail address online after correctly
answering the security questions. For more information about the
Website Security Questions, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Step 6. Digital Signature
Title 18 Section 1001 of the U.S. Code provides that knowingly
falsifying or concealing a material fact is a felony that may result in
fines of up to $10,000 or 5 years in prison or both. By submitting this
form, you are certifying that the information provided herein is true
and complete to the best of your knowledge and ability.
I hereby declare under penalty of perjury that the information contained on this form is true and correct.
Step 7. Review and Submit
Please review the information you have provided.
You may make changes in any of the Steps above before clicking the Submit button.